No use of a Sunday Personal yesterday. Everyone was busy watching the Superbowl. So, I posted my review of The Grey. A surprisingly quality film.
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Here’s a fun and insightful interview of Matt Damon conducted by GQ correspondent Amy Wallace.
A brilliant constructed piece of writing by Time taking down the Oscar nominated heap of trash The Help.
Personally, Steven Speilberg has always been a director lacking. I love Catch Me If You Can & Minority Report, but Bill Wyman’s article explores the career of the supposed master of cinema, better than I’ve ever read.
I’m truly looking forward to revisiting Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. James provides an eloquent review of a masterpiece.
Ryan Helms cobbles together perhaps one of my favorite pieces from him. This week he talks about our perception of the Oscars and the incessant amount of “snub” talk we so welcomely indulge in.
In Time & The Greatest Movie Ever Sold were reviewed by Courtney Smalls this week.
Never Mind Popular Film writes an article I planned on constructing, but never got around to it. Here it is, 2011: The Year of Nostalgia.
Jessica at the Velvet Cafe, discusses her most “awkward” moviegoing experiences.